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The aim of the project is to determine what internal characteristics of words underlie their structuration into visuo-orthographic units during the early stages of reading. Especially, we examine to what extent word properties such as abstract consonantal skeleton, orthographic redundancy, or grapheme units influence reading unit perception. At the same time, we assess whether visuo-orthographic structuration of words is compatible with phonological (e.g., syllables) and/or semantic (e.g., morphemes) units. These issues are developed in both a developmental perspective (adults/children comparisons) and a neuro-psychological perspective (investigation of both the time course of processes underlying word structuration, and localisation of the neuronal corresponding structure).
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